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There are 3 Homes for Sale in the Fairview Farm Community in Middletown DE as of 12-6-13. Located New Castle County, the Community is South of the C&D Canal and has been growing rapidly for several years. Middletown has many new schools and ammenities. For more information regarding Fairview Farm or if you are considering Selling your home in Fairview Farm please Call 1-(800)-890-0381. You can also get a Free Market Analysis of your home in Fairview Farm.
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North East is located at the head of the Chesapeake Bay and is a destination for may vacationers and day trippers alike. With its great Main Street loaded with shops and Restraunts and its proximity to the North East River. There are many Eastern Shore Vacation Homes as well as permenent residences. If you want nature, North East is home to Elk Neck State Park with camping, boating and beaches. With its close proximity to Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New Jersey, many people have chosen North East as their vacation destination.
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Here are your top 5 most affordable Waterfront picks for North East in Cecil County MD waterfront communities As of December 5, 2013. These picks include Townhomes and Condos in North East Isles Community. There are are only 7 total Single Family Waterfront Homes for buyers to choose from so if you own a Waterfront or Water Access Property , and are considering Selling, now may be the time. If you would like us to evaluate your home please call us at 443-553-2562 or sign up for your Free Market Analysis. There are other properties available but we are unable to display them on our site. If you wish a comprehensive list, just contact us at (800)-890-0381. Keep your eye on these posts on our website if you are looking at the North East Area as your primary area of interest
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Lawrence Susskind. Water Diplomacy: A Negotiated Approach to Managing Complex Water Networks (RFF Press)
Political news from todayâ€™s Times and a look at the presidentâ€™s weekly address, plus the latest happenings in Washington. If
you have running water coming through the holes, try to wait for a dry spell to do the repair.
Some of these hydraulic repair cements will work if there is moving water,
but it's not guaranteed. Roger Clemens' former personal trainer arrived at the U.S.
Attorney's Office Friday for
a day-long meeting with prosecutors about his former client's alleged drug use.
Wen Jiabao, in
a break from the past, sent signals reaffirming the partyâ€™s heavy-handed approach to the nationâ€™s political and economic affairs.
They are the simplest instructions in the world: Sit in a comfortable position, close your eyes, clear your mind and try to focus on the present moment. Yet I am confident that anyone who has tried meditation will agree with me that what seems so basic and easy on paper is often incredibly challe...
Schools and councils in England handed out 41,224 Â£60 fines in 2011-12, compared with 32,641 the year beforeThe number
of fines imposed upon parents for allowing their children to miss school
has leapt by a quarter in a year as part of a crackdown on truancy, statistics reveal.Figures released by the Department for Education
show schools and councils
in England handed out 41,224 Â£60 fines in 2011-12, compared with 32,641 the year before.The
fine doubles if parents fail to pay it after 28 days. Parents may
be prosecuted if they still have not paid after 42 days.
Some 6,361 parents were prosecuted, compared with 5,629 the year before.The number of pupils in primary, secondary, special schools and academies who missed at least a month of school â€“ children known as "persistent absentees
â€“ fell to 5.2% from 6.1%
the year before.
There were 333,850 persistent absentees - 60,000 fewer than the year before.The coalition changed the definition of a persistent absentee in 2011 from a pupil who missed a fifth of the school year to one who missed a quarter.On
a typical school day, 327,000 pupils were out of school, compared with 370,000 the year before.Overall
absence for holidays, illness and truancy fell to 5.1%, from 5.8%.Some
of lesson time was lost because parents had taken their children on holiday, the same proportion as last year.A Department for Education spokeswoman said: "If children are not in school they cannot learn.
Too many children are still missing too many lessons. We must continue to tackle poor attendance and make sure every pupil gets a good education."â€¢ This article was amended on 20 March 2013. The original said that the number of fines imposed upon parents for allowing their children to miss school had risen by a third in a year. This has been corrected to a quarter.SchoolsParents
and parentingFamilyJessica Shepherdguardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.
| Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds Jonathan Sanchez pitched three strong innings and Garrett Jones and Ivan DeJesus Jr. each had two hits in the Pittsburgh Pirates' 3-2 exhibition victory over the Houston Astros on Friday. From left to right: Linda Griffith, Rob Miller, Laura Schulz and Emma Teng.
An extensive exhibition at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City provides a larger
perspective behind the Japanese photographerâ€™s erotic works. Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority, arrived in China just ahead of the Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu, but there were no plans for a meeting between the two.
A division of Johnson & Johnson is recalling 43 over-the-counter medicines made for infants and children -- including liquid versions of Tylenol, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl -- after federal regulators identified what they called deficiencies at the company's manufacturing facility. Lou Anna K. Simon, chairwoman of the N.C.A.A.â€™s executive committee and president of Michigan State, spoke with The Times about the association and its president Mark Emmert. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. has filed a $900 million civil suit against three former top executives of Washington Mutual Bank, alleging their negligence and risk-taking caused the bank's 2008 collapse.
Acer has placed its bet in the tablet wars on low pricing, introducing a $169 Android tablet with a 7.9-inch screen. The Iconia A1 is full-featured, has an "accessible" price and will raise the stakes in the tablet wars, said Jim Wong, president of Acer, during a speech at a press event in New York on Friday morning. Scenes from the Broadway revival of Horton Footeâ€™s play. 'It's amazing how the author managed to tell someone's life story through a series of letters.'I
have never read a book like this before and I loved it! It's amazing
how the author managed to tell someone's life story through a series of letters. This book definitely deserved the Waterstones Children's Book Prize 2013. It's about the pain Alice (or Zoe) endured after killing her boyfriend almost accidentally.
She lives her life traumatized by guilt which is building up inside her like rubbish on a landfill site. Eventually the need to tell someone becomes overwhelming and she decides to confide herself in a prisoner on death row who has committed a similar crime, killing his wife, only, he had the courage to turn himself in.
She writes these letters telling him what she has done even though he could never reply. I'm not really into the romantic side of books, but I didn't mind this one as it wasn't too graphic.
By the end of the book I felt as though I knew everything about Alice and really wished I'd been there to help her in her complicated situation.
As an improvement, I would
have liked to have learnt more about the prisoner - maybe what he was thinking or a bit about his background or even an insight into his directory of ezines download the letters he could never send or something like that would have made it a bit more interesting, but on the whole I thought it was an amazing book with truly substantial characters and a fantastic storyline. I would recommend it to all teenagers who enjoy a good read and a bit of romance.Want
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All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds Belieber death threats are not a sign of end times. Crazed fans were ever thus â€“ it's just easier to be in touch these daysAh, teenagers. One minute they're tweeting a death threat to a rival Justin Bieber follower, the next they're moved to tears by
the Kony 2012 video. What sort of monster could turn children into such shockingly desensitised soldiers? And â€“ drumroll! â€“ I hear Joseph Kony's a bit of a horror too.Another week, another eleventy incidents of deranged warfare among the tribes of popstrel
acolytes, like the One Direction fan who tweeted a picture of herself meeting a band member, and had the obligatory promises to maim and kill slung her way by little tinkers misusing their study nooks.
Some suspect something a bit endtimesy is afoot.Good news: it's not.
As has been the case throughout history, the kids of today
are being maligned.
After all, it's not as if mad fandom was invented in one of those up-all-night innovating sessions
social media firms
seem to enjoy. It has long existed, in places people might find rather unexpected."Ooh,
you don't want to write about Joe Cocker," warned a colleague when I filed some mildly unflattering line about him about 15 years ago. "His fans are mental." Naturally I assumed he was joking â€“ after all, you wouldn't finger the blues rocker for a fan-designated warlord.
I was certainly laughing on the other side of a face I was
given to understand would soon
be permanently scarred when a deluge of threatening letters arrived by return of post. Two of them had razor blades taped beneath the envelope flap.Since then, every time Cocker's With a Little Help from My Friends comes on, I always hear giant, menacing quotation marks around the words "help" and "friends". It's not Joe's fault, of course â€“ I assume he's either oblivious to, or appalled by, the nutjobs who defend his name thusly â€“ but I do think of those "friends" in the manner of henchmen, whose "help" for Joe would probably involve a considerable amount of physical hindrance to me.
That thing Joe does with his hands when he's singing? They interpret it as him conducting the slashes and slices of their ultra-violence. There's not even space to say how it's affected repeat viewings of The Wonder Years for me.As for other stars whose fanbases seem to have a provisional wing, the list goes on and on.
You don't want to mess with Cliff's lot, is the general consensus.
Joe Longthorne's bunch would put some hurting on you, no problem. The crazier fans of Daniel O'Donnell â€¦ well, I will only say that you are entering a world of pain.All
of which calls into question the strangely prevalent idea that humanity has fundamentally changed in recent years. It hasn't just coarsened, according to this generationally self-important reading: there has been some sort of calamitous fall that has altered the entire psyche of western culture.
When is this lapsarian moment supposed to have occurred? Picking through the subtexts of the endless screeds on "broken Britain", you'd have to stick your pin somewhere between the mass availability of the contraceptive pill and the abolition of the death penalty. Thereafter, a species-wide psychochemical reaction began â€“ yet to be blamed on the contraceptive pill being in the water, but give it time â€“ that has caused a wholesale degeneration of humankind.And yet, and yet â€¦ are the diurnal death threats of boyband fans truly indicative of some psychological cataclysm? Or are they, rather like the increase in public drunkenness, merely a
comment on the availability of the medium? Just as the drunks on Hogarth's Gin Lane are no different from those whose Saturday night city centre escapades captivate today's media, so yesterday's stars probably inspired the same percentage of mad ones that
today's idols do.
It's just easier for them to get in touch with each other and for us to see them doing so. (Say what you like about Cocker's lot, they really put the hours in.) With more enabling technology, and if they hadn't been a little preoccupied with other matters in 1941, you'd have had a few Vera Lynn devotees who wanted to scalp some perceived traitors to the old girl.It's the same with football. Whenever I've wondered pointedly in print whether any of those serried ranks of overcoated and flat-capped football fans in 1950s archive shots were bellowing that they hoped some opposition player's kid got cancer, lots of older readers get in touch to assure me that they heard the most horrid things being said even back then, and that vicious bile is not some 70s bolt-on to the game.As the Great Teen Tweet Wars rage blithely on, then, the question is not what can be done, but whether
anything really needs to be done at all. I suppose Justin could appeal for calm. He won't, on past
form, which is perhaps the most cynically troubling thing of all about the phenomenon, indicating how extremely relaxed the record labels are about getting rich off the madness.On these bi-weekly
major flare-ups, the Bieber silence speaks volumes.
Fastidious about correcting any perceived media slight on the half-mastedness of his trousers, yet deafeningly quiet on the thousands of threats of homicide that flit between clickbank pirate every day, the only logical conclusion is that Justin loves his fans so much that he's OK with them threatening to kill each other in his name. Which â€“ let's take the positives â€“ brings new resonance to the epithet "pop deity".Twitter:
@MarinaHydeJustin BieberSocial mediaDigital mediaTwitterInternetOne DirectionUnited StatesMarina Hydeguardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds Becky Hammon hits six 3-pointers and scores 30 points to give the Silver Stars a 85-78 victory over the Monarchs in the Western Conference playoff opener. "Welcome back" are two words you'd really rather not hear at a hospital, especially if you've just been discharged. Yet one in five Medicare patients found themselves back in the hospital within 30 days of leaving it in 2003 and 2004, according to a recent study in the New England Journal of Medi...
That red shirt is starting to look ruthless on Sunday again.
A new poll from the League of Conservation Voters, which is supporting Rep.
Ed Markey in the Massachusetts Senate special election, shows him with a double-digit lead in the Democratic primary.
The poll, by respected Democratic pollster Geoff Garin, shows Markey at 42 percent and Rep.
Stephen Lynch at 28 percent. Read full article >> In the last 10 years, itâ€™s become far more common for physicians to keep records electronically.
Those records could contain a wealth of medically useful data: hidden correlations between symptoms, treatments and outcomes, for instance, or indications that patients are promising candidates for trials of new drugs.Much
of that data, however, is buried in physiciansâ€™ freeform notes. One of the difficulties in extracting data from unstructured text is what computer scientists call word-sense disambiguation.
In a physicianâ€™s notes, the word â€œdischarge,â€ for instance, could refer to a bodily secretion â€” but it could also refer to release from a hospital. The ability to infer wordsâ€™ intended meanings makes it much easier for computers to find useful patterns in mountains of data.At
the American Medical Informatics Associationâ€™s (AMIA) annual symposium next week, researchers from MITâ€™s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory will present a new system for disambiguating the senses of words used in doctorsâ€™ clinical notes. On average, the system is 75 percent accurate in disambiguating words with two senses, a marked improvement over previous methods.
But more important, says Anna Rumshisky, an MIT postdoc who helped lead the new research, it represents a fundamentally new approach to word disambiguation that could lead to much more accurate systems while drastically reducing the amount of human effort required to develop them.Indeed,
Rumshisky says, the paper that was initially accepted to the AMIA symposium described a system that used a more conventional approach to word disambiguation, with an average accuracy of only about 63 percent. â€œIn our opinion,
that wasnâ€™t enough to actually be usable,â€ Rumshisky says. â€œSo what we tried instead was something thatâ€™s been tried before in the general domain but never in the biomedical or clinical domains.â€Topical
applicationIn particular, Rumshisky explains, she and her co-authors â€” graduate student Rachel Chasin, whose master's thesis is the basis for the new paper; Peter Szolovits, an MIT professor of computer science and engineering and health science and technology;
and research affiliate Ã–zlem Uzuner, who got her PhD at MIT and is now an assistant professor at the University at Albany â€” adapted algorithms from a research area known as topic modeling.
Topic modeling seeks to automatically identify the topics of documents by inferring relationships among prominently featured words.â€œThe twist on it that weâ€™re trying to transpose from the general domain is to treat occurrences of a target word as documents and to treat senses as hidden topics that weâ€™re
trying to infer,â€ Rumshisky says.Where an ordinary topic-modeling algorithm will search through huge bodies of text to identify clusters of words that tend to occur in close proximity to each other, Rumshisky and her colleaguesâ€™ algorithm identifies correlations not only between words but between words and other textual â€œfeaturesâ€ â€” such
as the wordsâ€™ syntactic roles. If the word â€œdischargeâ€ is preceded by an adjective, for instance, itâ€™s much more likely to refer to a bodily secretion than to an administrative event.Ordinarily, topic-modeling algorithms assign different weights to different topics: A single news article, for instance, might be 50 percent about politics, 30 percent about the economy, and 20 percent about foreign affairs. Similarly, the MIT researchersâ€™ new algorithm assigns different weights to the different possible meanings of ambiguous words.One advantage of topic-modeling algorithms is that theyâ€™re â€œunsupervisedâ€: They can be deployed on huge bodies of text without human oversight. As a consequence, the researchers can keep revising their algorithm so that it incorporates more features, then set it loose on unannotated medical papers to draw its own inferences.
And the more features it incorporates, the
more accurate it should be, Rumshisky
says.Featured attractionsAmong the features that the researchers plan to incorporate into the algorithm are listings in a huge thesaurus of medical terms, compiled by the National Institutes of Health, called the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS). Indeed, word associations in the UMLS were the basis of the researchersâ€™ original algorithm â€” the one that achieved 63 percent accuracy. There, the problem was that the length and structure of the paths from one word to another in the UMLS didnâ€™t always correspond to the semantic difference between the words.
But the new system intrinsically identifies only those correspondences that recur with enough frequency that theyâ€™re likely to be useful.â€œThe parts of the [UMLS] that are relevant for distinguishing the senses would basically float to the top by themselves,â€ Rumshisky says.
â€œIt kind of gives you, for free, this association, if itâ€™s valid.
If itâ€™s not valid, it just wonâ€™t matter.â€The
researchers are also experimenting with additional syntactic and semantic features that could help with trade miner pdf and with word associations established by NIHâ€™s Medical Subject Headings paper-classification scheme. â€œItâ€™s still not perfect, because we havenâ€™t integrated all the linguistic features that we want to,â€ Rumshisky says.
â€œBut my hunch is that this is the way to go.â€â€œAbout
80 percent of clinical information is buried in clinical notes,â€ says Hongfang Liu, an associate professor of medical informatics at the Mayo Clinic. â€œA lot of words or phrases are ambiguous there. So in order to get the correct interpretation, you need to go through the word-disambiguation phase.â€Liu says that while some computational linguists have applied topic-modeling algorithms to the problem of word-sense disambiguation, â€œMy feeling is that they work on kind of toy problems. And here, I think, it can actually be
used in production-scale
You get into your car and ask it to get you home in time for the start of the big game, stopping off at your favorite Chinese restaurant on the way to grab some takeout. But the car informs you that the road past the Chinese restaurant is closed for repairs, so you will not make it home in 30 minutes unless you choose
a different food outlet.
You select a nearby Korean restaurant from the options the car suggests, and set off on the chosen route.
Vehicles, robots and other autonomous devices could soon collaborate with humans in this way, thanks to researchers at MIT who are developing systems capable of negotiating with people to determine the best way to achieve their goals.
â€˜Everything around us is getting smarterâ€™â€œIn general, everything around us is getting smarter,â€ says Brian Williams, a professor of aeronautics and astronautics and leader of the Model-Based Embedded and Robotic Systems group within MITâ€™s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. â€œSo weâ€™re trying to allow people to interact with these increasingly autonomous systems in the same way that they would interact with another human.â€Ultimately such systems could be used to control autonomous vehicles, such as personal aircraft and driverless cars. But in the short term, Williams and graduate student Peng Yu are developing systems to allow conventional vehicles
to work with their drivers to plan routes and schedules.In a paper to be presented at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Beijing in August, Williams and Yu describe the use of their algorithm in car-sharing networks such as Zipcar. â€œThe dilemma for Zipcar users is that they donâ€™t want to pay a lot of money, so they only want to reserve the car for as long as they need it,â€ Williams says.
â€œBut they then run the risk of not reserving it for long enough and so having to pay a penalty.â€Users must therefore decide how best to fit everything they need to do into the time they have available. And this is where the algorithm comes in. â€œWe want to design a car thatâ€™s smart and really works with the user,â€ Yu says.Diagnosis through collaborationThe system, which is equipped with speech-recognition technology, first asks the user what she wants to achieve in the given amount of time. It then uses digital maps to come up with the most time- and energy-efficient plan of action.However, if it determines that the user simply cannot achieve all of her goals within the time available, it analyzes the plan to detect which items on the schedule are problematic, such as a restaurant or grocery store that is too far from the Zipcar pickup point. â€œOur technology views the process of collaboration as a diagnostic problem,â€ Williams says. â€œSo the algorithm figures out why the travel plan failed, what were the important things that caused it to fail, and explains this back to the user.â€
The system suggests a set of possible options to eliminate the problem, and
the user can either choose one of these or give the algorithm
more information about her preferences.
â€œThen there is a back-and-forth dialogue until the algorithm finds something that meets the customerâ€™s needs and that the car knows
it can actually do,â€ Williams says.Allaying
â€˜range anxietyâ€™The researchers are also investigating the use of their algorithm in plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Despite the greater energy efficiency
of plug-in hybrids, some drivers are deterred from buying
the cars by concerns about running out of electricity miles from home or the nearest charging point â€” a fear known as â€œrange anxiety.â€ Installing the algorithm on these vehicles would allow people to plan their route, and even determine how fast to drive in order to use the batteries as efficiently as possible, while arriving at their destination safely and on time, Williams says.Then, if the driver were to get stuck in traffic on the journey, the algorithm could suggest alternative plans, such as driving faster and using up more energy if time is of the essence, or diverting to a nearby fast charging point if the
batteries are running too low.The algorithm could also be used in robots, to allow them to collaborate with people more effectively. To this end, the researchers are working on a project with aircraft manufacturer Boeing to develop systems to improve how industrial robots and human workers cooperate with each other.Richard
Camilli, an associate scientist in the Deep Submergence Laboratory at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, is interested in applying the
technology to the organizationâ€™s fleet of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs).
The algorithm could allow operators to communicate with the robotic vehicles and instantly alter mission plans if the AUVs happen to meet with interesting science or difficult weather conditions on the way.
â€œThere are a lot of analogies between the Zipcar example and autonomous vehicles,â€ Camilli says. â€œFor example, when there is a lot of science to be done, and a lot of people counting on the quality of the data, and the AUVs canâ€™t quite make it to a rendezvous point in time, you need to come up with the optimum solution for all those things
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Il existe de nombreuses options disponibles pour les cadeaux en cristal. Vous pouvez acheter des figurines en cristal, vases en cristal, objets robe de mariee enfant d'art en cristal de verre ou verres à vin en cristal. Bijoux en cristal est une autre option. Votre femme pourrait comme boucles d'oreilles, colliers, bracelets ou bagues. Vous pouvez acheter des boutons de manchette en cristal pour votre mari. Montres
acheter une montre pour votre conjoint. Si vous cherchez à dépenser beaucoup d'argent, lui acheter un modèle cher qui servira comme un souvenir de cet anniversaire spécial pour les années à venir. Vous pouvez toujours trouver des belles montres, même si vous n'avez pas beaucoup d'argent à dépenser pour elle. Votre conjoint sera robe de soirées touchée que vous mettez de temps et robe de mariee enfant d'efforts dans la recherche d'un cadeau traditionnel pour célébrer votre 15e anniversaire de mariage
. Vin Une bouteille de vin est une excellente façon de célébrer. Si votre conjoint aime boire du vin, la surprendre avec une bonne bouteille. Assurez-vous d'acheter son genre préféré, que ce soit blanc, rouge ou mousseux. Pour ajouter une touche, lui faire un bon dîner d'anniversaire pour accompagner le vin. Roses
Achetez votre épouse une douzaine de roses ou même juste une seule rose. Le rouge est traditionnellement considéré comme la couleur la plus romantique, mais en fonction de ses goûts, vous pouvez également acheter ses roses jaunes ou roses. Si vous voulez être très romantique, parsemer de pétales de rose sur la table de la cuisine avant un dîner robe de soirées romantique ou couler un bain à bulles pour elle avec des pétales éparpillés autour de la baignoire rose.
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